War Story: Piggyback BBQ

Assessment Type: Red Team (Onsite)Target Type: Corporate Healthcare Institute Assessment Background With a loose-fitting patterned tie, white button-up shirt, some gray slacks, and a fake badge draped around my neck (that I had made up and printed at the hotel earlier that morning during breakfast), I was dropped off at the target facility by a fellow consultant. … More War Story: Piggyback BBQ

Make an Incomplete Nmap .xml File Usable Again

Make an Incomplete Nmap Scan .xml File Usable for Rawr and Other Applications That Accept .csv File-types This is a very non-technical how-to for newcomers who have found themselves in a situation where for some reason or another, their Nmap scan wasn’t able to complete. This can be a problem when you were planning on feeding … More Make an Incomplete Nmap .xml File Usable Again

Hak5 LAN Turtle

My #Hack5 LAN Turtle is ready for deployment! This has certainly been a helpful tool to use for #SocialEngineering assessments. –Brent

DerbyCon 5.0 – “Hacking Web Apps”

Brent here. DerbyCon 5 – 2015 was awesome! I presented my talk “Hacking Web Apps” and really enjoyed the amount of questions that people asked during the Q&A portion at the end. Thanks to Dave Kennedy and TrustedSec for the opportunity to present. If you’re interested in watching my talk, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1tHFEc09u0More DerbyCon 5.0 – “Hacking Web Apps”

CircleCityCon – 2015

CircleCityCon in Indianapolis! DrBearSec knows how to put on a great hacker conference. Thanks for having Tim and I out to speak. Our talk was titled “From Parking Lot to Pwnage – Hack-free Network Pwnage”. We did a bit of a different format with this talk. You’ll notice we’re sitting in chairs. The more informal, conversational … More CircleCityCon – 2015